That didn’t take long! Greg Norman sells his $78million estate in Florida’s Jupiter Island after just two weeks on the market
Greg Norman has sold his sprawling estate in Florida‘s Jupiter Island after just two weeks on the market.
The Australian golf legend, 65, managed to secure a buyer for the $78million property after putting it up for sale on January 27.
That didn’t take long! Greg Norman (pictured with his wife, Kirsten Kutner, in September 2019) has sold his $78million estate in Florida’s Jupiter Island after just two weeks on the market
Greg purchased the home for $6.4million back in 1991 and has since expanded it by almost 632 square meters.
The property includes seven dwellings, including the main house, a coach house, a pool house, a tennis house, a boat house, a carriage house and a beach house.
The main waterfront compound features 10 spacious bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.
It also has a modern kitchen with rattan chairs and a custom-made Liaigre sofa.
It’s a deal! According to the New York Post, the home was sold to the family of billionaire Leslie Wexner – the founder of L Brands which owns Victoria’s Secret
Spacious: Greg purchased the home for $6.4million back in 1991 and has since expanded it by almost 632 square meters
The home also boasts an open-plan living area, including stunning views of the estate and a bar with a black tabletop.
There is a large walk-in wine cellar, a fitness centre, a movie theatre and two heated swimming pools.
The estate was first listed for sale in 2007 for $85million, before it was rebuilt.
Entertaining: The home boasts an open-plan living area, including a custom-made dining table
Greg told the Miami Herald last month: ‘My wife [Kirsten Kutner] and I feel it is time to move on after 30 years here.
‘Covid-19 and the whole pandemic experience, with social distancing and being isolated from our families – most of whom live overseas – this past year has made us realise how short life truly is and has caused us to re-evaluate how and where we want to spend the rest of our lives.’
Greg is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time, having spent 333 weeks as the world’s No. 1 in the the 1980s.
He won 20 PGA Tour tournaments and a total of 89 professional tournaments, and was also inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001.
Since stepping away from professional golf, Greg has built a reputation as a top tier course designer – a job that has earned him millions.
Stunning: The lavish property also features two heated swimming pools